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M. S. Hegde
M. S. Hegde
Solid State and Structural Chemistry Unit, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru
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Catalysis for NOx abatement
S Roy, MS Hegde, G Madras
Applied energy 86 (11), 2283-2297, 2009
8612009
Chemistry of nanocrystalline oxide materials: combustion synthesis, properties and applications
KC Patil
World Scientific, 2008
8452008
Synthesis and structure of nanocrystalline TiO2 with lower band gap showing high photocatalytic activity
K Nagaveni, MS Hegde, N Ravishankar, GN Subbanna, G Madras
Langmuir 20 (7), 2900-2907, 2004
6912004
Structure and Photocatalytic Activity of Ti1-xMxO2±δ (M = W, V, Ce, Zr, Fe, and Cu) Synthesized by Solution Combustion Method
K Nagaveni, MS Hegde, G Madras
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 108 (52), 20204-20212, 2004
6762004
Solar photocatalytic degradation of dyes: high activity of combustion synthesized nano TiO2
K Nagaveni, G Sivalingam, MS Hegde, G Madras
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 48 (2), 83-93, 2004
4952004
Photocatalytic degradation of various dyes by combustion synthesized nano anatase TiO2
G Sivalingam, K Nagaveni, MS Hegde, G Madras
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 45 (1), 23-38, 2003
4932003
Ionic dispersion of Pt and Pd on CeO2 by combustion method: Effect of metal–ceria interaction on catalytic activities for NO reduction and CO and hydrocarbon oxidation
P Bera, KC Patil, V Jayaram, GN Subbanna, MS Hegde
Journal of Catalysis 196 (2), 293-301, 2000
4512000
In a clean high-T c superconductor you do not see the gap
K Kamarás, SL Herr, CD Porter, N Tache, DB Tanner, S Etemad, ...
Physical review letters 64 (1), 84, 1990
4071990
Formation of Ce1-xPdxO2-δ Solid Solution in Combustion-Synthesized Pd/CeO2 Catalyst:  XRD, XPS, and EXAFS Investigation
KR Priolkar, P Bera, PR Sarode, MS Hegde, S Emura, R Kumashiro, ...
Chemistry of materials 14 (5), 2120-2128, 2002
3992002
Photocatalytic degradation of organic compounds over combustion-synthesized nano-TiO2
K Nagaveni, G Sivalingam, MS Hegde, G Madras
Environmental science & technology 38 (5), 1600-1604, 2004
3872004
As‐deposited high Tc and Jc superconducting thin films made at low temperatures
A Inam, MS Hegde, XD Wu, T Venkatesan, P England, PF Miceli, ...
Applied physics letters 53 (10), 908-910, 1988
3771988
Noble metal ionic catalysts
MS Hegde, G Madras, KC Patil
Accounts of chemical research 42 (6), 704-712, 2009
3582009
Ionic Dispersion of Pt over CeO2 by the Combustion Method:  Structural Investigation by XRD, TEM, XPS, and EXAFS
P Bera, KR Priolkar, A Gayen, PR Sarode, MS Hegde, S Emura, ...
Chemistry of materials 15 (10), 2049-2060, 2003
3552003
An XPS study on binary and ternary alloys of transition metals with platinized carbon and its bearing upon oxygen electroreduction in direct methanol fuel cells
AK Shukla, M Neergat, P Bera, V Jayaram, MS Hegde
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 504 (1), 111-119, 2001
3432001
Promoting effect of CeO2 in combustion synthesized Pt/CeO2 catalyst for CO oxidation
P Bera, A Gayen, MS Hegde, NP Lalla, L Spadaro, F Frusteri, F Arena
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 107 (25), 6122-6130, 2003
3372003
Structural Investigation of Combustion Synthesized Cu/CeO2 Catalysts by EXAFS and Other Physical Techniques:  Formation of a Ce1-xCuxO2-δ Solid …
P Bera, KR Priolkar, PR Sarode, MS Hegde, S Emura, R Kumashiro, ...
Chemistry of Materials 14 (8), 3591-3601, 2002
3362002
Fabrication of heteroepitaxial YBa2Cu3O7−x‐PrBa2Cu3O7−x‐YBa2Cu3O7−x Josephson devices grown by laser deposition
CT Rogers, A Inam, MS Hegde, B Dutta, XD Wu, T Venkatesan
Applied physics letters 55 (19), 2032-2034, 1989
2721989
Electronic passivation of GaAs surfaces through the formation of arsenic—sulfur bonds
CJ Sandroff, MS Hegde, LA Farrow, CC Chang, JP Harbison
Applied physics letters 54 (4), 362-364, 1989
2721989
Synthesis, Characterization, and Li-Electrochemical Performance of Highly Porous Co3O4 Powders
G Binotto, D Larcher, AS Prakash, R Herrera Urbina, MS Hegde, ...
Chemistry of Materials 19 (12), 3032-3040, 2007
2692007
Low-temperature selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3 over Ti0. 9M0. 1O2-δ (M= Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Cu)
S Roy, B Viswanath, MS Hegde, G Madras
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 112 (15), 6002-6012, 2008
2582008
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